Simple QRP projects, 10m, 6m, WSPR beaconing, LF/MF, sub-9kHz, nanowaves and other random stuff
Just home from the GQRP bash is Rishworth, folks were asking after you.This probably sounds quite cheesey, but very best wishes for a speedy recovery.JJ
Lovely to see a post on the blog Roger. Wishing you a speedy recovery.73'sAndyGJ7RWT
Great to see a post from you, Roger. Hope you'll soon be well enough to get home.Julian, G4ILO
All the best Roger, stay positive.73.Chris.
Looking forward to reading your blog again soon.73 Dave G4FEV
Stil struggling with posts and comments.Thanks for cards and good wishes.Remain Very tiired.
Wishing you well Roger. Missing the the action from your Blog, but get well soon and all the best to your family. 73 G1KQH
Get well soon Roger. Miss the blog, tiredness is natural, will improve wit timeJohn VK2JEK
Delighted to see your post, Roger. Vy 73, Tim G4VXE
Get well soon Roger. Miss all your experiments on the MF bands.MikeWE0HWD2XSH/16
Roger, we're still with you. Rest and recover. Best Wishes - David WB4ONA
Hi Roger, good to hear from you. Keep up the strength, and hope you get well soon. 73 Paul
Hi Roger,Sorry to hear you're still in. A couple of years ago I fell down a sea wall on holiday in Bacton and suffered a large brain bleed. Didn't know anytrhing about it until I recovered consciousness.Still, I'm back at work and still can spell 'Consciousness' (with help of the spell checker)!See you later,John Dryden G4DSN (builder of Chirpy).
Hi Roger,I hear you're still in. A couple of years ago I fell down a sea wall while on holiday in Bacton and suffered a large brain bleed. Didn'nt know anything about until I recovered consciousness. Back at work now and still hamming. See you later.John Dryden (you and Martin Claydon employed me)!G4DSN and Chirpy builder.
Good to see you back Roger. Wish you well.
Great to see your post on the blog Roger - hope you can be home soon.
Get better soon, Roger. We are all rooting for you.Sam, G4DDK
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